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Based in Florence Italy, Orum have been opticians since 1956 and eyewear designer since 1986. Their products are based on quality, originality and price. Hand made in Florence, their pieces combine quality workmanship with the finest materials, and are created with high regard to the Italian artisan tradition. The classically styled Colby Sunglasses suit many face shapes, and feature:
— Material: Cellulose Acetate
— Lens: UV400 protection: lens category 3
— Case: 100% leather – made in Italy
Made in Italy
Free Shipping and Free Returns during COVID-19
We are still shipping from our online store, upholding the strictest health and safety standards.
During these uncertain times, we want to make shopping as easy and stress-free for our customers as possible. So, we are offering free shipping, free returns & a free Kuwaii hemp tote bag for all domestic full priced orders, as a small thank you for your ongoing support.
Read more about our updated terms and conditions here.
Our friendly team are also here to help with any sizing and style queries you may have!
Email us at email@example.com, or give us a call on (03) 9384 2528, 9am – 5pm weekdays.
We can’t thank you enough for your kind words and orders during this time – it truly means the world to us.
Cellulose acetate is a plant-based plastic that is hypoallergenic. This material was first used for eyewear in the late 1940’s. Today’s acetates are known for being strong, lightweight, and flexible. Cellulose acetate also has the widest range for transparency, rich colours, and finishes. Cellulose acetate is a non-petroleum based plastic that is made from natural cotton and wood fibers. While petroleum products can be more expensive and harmful to the environment, cellulose acetate is made from renewable materials. Cellulose Acetate for eyewear is made by forming layers of plastic into large blocks then carefully slicing individual parts, hand polishing and finally assembling them into a frame.